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The audience stepped into the shoes of an immigration official in this interactive programme, part of the BBC's Asylum Day on 23 July, 2003. What did they think of the real-life cases presented to them?
Watch You The Judge
Watch Face The Nation


The minister for asylum and immigration took part in a TV debate on key asylum issues.
A Panorama reporter has posed as an asylum seeker to uncover the realities of the UK's asylum system.
Why are asylum seekers hated? Asylum seekers and refugees in their own words.


THE BIG QUESTIONS
CASE STUDIES
ASK THE EXPERTS

Some reports suggest the UK is being overwhelmed by asylum seekers - are they right or wrong?
An opposition activist in hiding in Zimbabwe tells BBC News Online why he want to reach the UK and apply for asylum.
The minister for asylum and immigration answered your questions in the Six Forum.

Refugee stories
Journalist John Torode and Presswise's Mike Jempson took your questions


WORLD FOCUS
BACKGROUND
READ YOUR COMMENTS

A proposed overhaul of Canada's immigration process could herald a move towards a stricter system.
What's discretionary leave? Why is illegal immigrant officially a meaningless term? Find out with our glossary.
Read a selection of your comments and views.

Australia insists it will not tolerate "queue-jumpers".



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